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Governors Make Football Playoff Bet

Jan 11th @ 8:51 am

Chesapeake Bay crab cakes will be coming to Colorado after the Denver Broncos beat the Baltimore Ravens tomorrow. “The Denver Broncos are the hottest team in football. We look forward to welcoming the Baltimore Ravens to the thin air in Denver and the raucous atmosphere at Sports Authority Field at Mile High,” Gov. John Hickenlooper [...]

Amendment 64 Approved in Co. But Still Illegal Federally

Nov 7th @ 4:58 pm

Last night voters in the state made their statement on Amendment 64 and have decided to approve the measure much to the dismay of many public officials and law enforcement.  Colorado Attorney General John Suthers was quick to point out that although the state has approved it marijuana use is still illegal under federal law.  [...]

Gov. HIckenlooper and Former Governors Support Referendum S

Sep 11th @ 5:00 pm

A referendum that’s not getting much attention these days is one Gov. Hickenlooper wholeheartedly supports.  It’s Referendum S which according to Hickenlooper is designed to get rid of some antiquated state personnel rules that don’t make sense.  Two former governors, Bill Owens and Bill Ritter also support the referendum.  They all feel it will eventually [...]

Gov. Hickenlooper Will Speak Tonight At DNC

Sep 5th @ 4:15 pm

Tonight our very own governor will be in the limelight as he addresses the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.  Gov. Hickenlooper is one of a half dozen Coloradans who are scheduled to speak at this week’s convention.  Also on the agenda are Reps. Jared Polis and Diana DeGette as well as Interior Secretary Ken [...]

Gov. Hickenlooper Proposing More Education Cuts

Nov 1st @ 4:56 pm

DENVER  -  Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper pitched more cuts to education Tuesday, although not as dramatic as other years, in a budget proposal that also sets up a showdown with Republicans over delaying a property tax break for seniors.  The Daily Sentinel reports Hickenlooper’s budget proposal reduces funding for K-12 education next year by $89 [...]

Gov. Hickenlooper Asking For Help For Western Slope Counties

Jul 14th @ 3:54 pm

DENVER  -  Gov. Hickenlooper has gone to the United States Secretary of Agriculture asking for federal assistance for three Western Slope counties, Montrose, Delta, and Mesa.  These 3 counties suffered abnormally cold temperatures in late April and May causing farmers to lose, in some cases, as much as 95 per cent of their crops.  This [...]

Gov. Hickenlooper Signs Bill To Help Fund Schools

Jun 3rd @ 5:49 pm

DELTA  -  Governor John Hickenlooper has signed a bill to increase revenue to help fund schools and to make the state’s tax system more transparent and accountable. The bill’s sponsor Senator Pat Steadman (D-Denver), hopes this will generate an estimated $9.5 million to help reduce cuts in education. This revenue will be generated by providing [...]

Gov. Requesting More Funding to Fight Insect Investation on Trees

Mar 10th @ 5:32 pm

Gov. John Hickenlooper was joined today by Western governors in requesting that Congress support funding to address the risks and threats posed by the millions of acres of dead trees ravaged by insects and disease on National Forest land.   Hickenlooper, who led the effort to address the Senate Appropriates Committee on this issue that if [...]

NEWS: Wed. Feb 23, 2011

Feb 23rd @ 6:42 pm

Trial set for Aug. 26th for John Wool. A Montrose District Court judge on Tuesday scheduled an Aug. 26 trial for Delta resident John Wool, accused of shooting Patricia Johnson with a shotgun last November.  The Daily Sentinel notes that Wool entered a not guilty plea during his arraignment yesterday.  He claims he fired his [...]